News and Perspectives
The new Parental Leave for Employees policy provides both parents who meet eligibility requirements with six weeks paid leave, expands coverage to include gestational surrogacy, removes the nine-month employee eligibility requirement, and replaces the current policy: Parental Leave for Academic Employees.
March 28, 2018, 12:15 – 1:15 pm, Room 25, University of Minnesota Law School
Please join us for a conversation with Representative Keith Ellison, Marissa Hill-Dongre, Director of the University's Immigration Response Team, and the University of Minnesota Law School’s Professor Steve Meili.
Learn about the legal, political, and local dimensions of the fight to save DACA.
La Loma will be served.
Hosted By the Latino Law Student Association
Call For Nominations! 2018 LGBTQIA Awards. Every year, the Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life honors the accomplishments of individuals and groups doing amazing work within the LGBTQIA community. If you know of anyone who fits the one of the descriptions below, we want to celebrate them!
To nominate: z.umn.edu/lavcel Deadline: April 9th.
April 3, 5:30-8:30 pm. Mayo Auditorium.
This year, the emphasis will be healthcare for transgender and gender non-conforming patients. It is open to all students, community members, and healthcare professionals. It will offer an opportunity for current and future healthcare providers of all backgrounds to gain competence and comfortability caring for transgender and gender non-conforming patients. We hope to offer a multifaceted educational experience from a variety of expert perspectives.
There are many barriers preventing students from seeking mental health treatment, such as stigmas and costs. To help minimize those barriers, Multicultural Student Engagement and Student Counseling Services has launched a new initiative called "Let’s Talk."